[meteorite-list] AD - 159 offprints/books lot, USD1900

From: The Tricottet Collection <tricottetcoll_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2012 12:13:53 +0000
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Dear all,

I need some room and this is your chance to get 159 references related to meteoritics for only $1,900 shipping included.

See list here: http://www.thetricottetcollection.com/library_met_4saletrade.html
and also below.

It means that each reference costs $12 although there are 44 signed/inscribed references (each valued at $30-100) and some rare volumes (e.g. from 16th century, $600+ value, some other rare volumes, $100+ each like Borgstr?m 1912, Meunier 1892 or McCrosky et al. 1971). This is a unique chance if you want to resell, complete your library or start one!

First come, first served,

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[2] Anders, E. and F. W. Fitch (1962), Search for Organized Elements in Carbonaceous Chondrites, Science, 138, pp. 1392-1399

[3] Anders, E., R. Hayatsu and M. H. Studier (1973), Organic Compounds in Meteorites, Science, 182, pp. 781-790

[4] Astapowitsch, I. S. (1934), Air waves caused by the fall of the meteorite on the 30th June, 1908, in Central Siberia, Quaterly J. Royal Meteorological Soc., pp. 493-504. Signed by the author.

[5] Astronomy (2006), Special Meteorite Issue, vol. 34, issue 8, 104 pp.

[6] Baker, R. T. (1900), Note on a New Meteorite form New South Wales, J. and Proc. of Royal Soc. N. S. Wales, vol. 34, pp. 81-83. Signed by the author.

[7] Beck, C. W., L. LaPaz and L. H. Goldsmith (1951), The Breece, New Mexico, Meteoritic Iron, Mineralogical Magazine, London, vol. 24, no. 212, pp. 531-537

[8] Beck, C. W. and R. G. Stevenson (1951), The Yonozu, Japan, Stony Meteorite, Amer. J. Science, vol. 249, pp. 815-821

[9] Berwerth, F. (1917), On the origin of meteorites, Smithsonian report for 1916, 311-320

[10] Bethany Sciences (1995), Catalog and handbook of meteorites. Sales list, no. 9, 31 pp.

[11] Bonhams (2007), Historic Meteorites and Related Americana, Sunday October 28, 2007 New York. Auction catalogue, 47 pp.

[12] Borgstr?m, L. H. (1912), Der Meteorit von St. Michel. Bull. Commission G?ologique de Finlande, No. 34, Helsingfors, 49 pp., 3 pls.

[13] Bowman, H. L. and H. E. Clarke (1910), On the structure and composition of the Chandakapur meteoric stone, Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 15, pp. 350-376. Signed by the author.

[14] Brezina, A. (1905), Meteoritenstudien III, zur Frage der Bildungsweise Eutropischer Gemenge, Wien, 9 pp.

[15] Briley, D. J. and C. B. Moore (1976), A Checklist of Published References to Barringer Meteorite Crater, Arizona, 1891-1970, Center for Meteorite Studies, Arizona State University, octavo, pp. iv., 71 pp.

[16] Brougham, H. (1804), "Izarn, des pierres tomb?es du ciel ou lithologie atmofpherique", 15 pp.

[17] Buchwald, V. (1965), Heat-treated iron meteorites in museum collections, Geochimica Cosmochimistra Acta, vol. 29, pp. 603-604. Signed by the author.

[18] Campbell Smith, W. (1950), Stony Meteorites, ?Advancement of Science?, no. 26, British Assoc.: Birmingham Meeting, 11 pp.

[19] Carion, A. (1992), M?t?orites, Paris, 1st ed., 36 pp.

[20] Carion, A. (unk.), M?t?orites, Paris, 2nd ed.

[21] Chapman, C. R. and D. Morrison (1989), Cosmic Catastrophes. New York: Plenum Press, 302 pp. Inscribed by C. R. Chapman.

[22] Chennay (2008), Meteorite, not bomb, September 14, 2008

[23] Chicago Tribune (2003), Meteorite hunters scour Park Forest, March 29, 2003, 1 pp. Signed by S. Arnold.

[24] Chicago Tribune (2004), ?Park Forest Meteorite Fall?: One year, many deals later, March 26, 2004

[25] Ciel & Espace (2009), On a retrouv? les parents du Syst?me solaire, no. 473, pp. 36-47

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[27] Coulvier-Gravier, R. A. (1866), Recherches sur les m?t?ores et sur les lois qui les r?gissent. Paris: Plon, 372 pp., 15 pls.

[28] Corbett, C. S. (1926), Another Kansas Meteorite? Am. J. Sci., vol. 12, pp. 495-498. Inscribed by the author.

[29] Crook, A. R. and O. C. Farington (1930), The Tilden meteorites. Trans. Illinois State Academy Sci., 22, pp. 441-449.

[30] Dunn, J. A. (1939), The Rangala Meteorite, in: Records Geol. Surv. India, vol. 74, part 2, pp. 260-276, 5 pls.

[31] Easton, N. W. (1921), The Billitonites (An Attempt to Unravel the Tektite Puzzle). Proc. k. akad. wtenschappen, Amsterdam, 2(22), 32 pp., 2 pls.

[32] El Observador (2008), Encontraron particulas del meteorito en Berduc y otros lugares, April 9, 2008.

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[35] Fitch, F., H. P. Schwarcz and E. Anders (1962), 'Organized elements' in carbonaceous chondrites, Nature, 193, pp. 1123-1125

[36] Fitch, F. and E. Anders (1963), Organized Elements: Possible Identification in Orgueil Meteorite, Science, 140, pp. 1097-1100

[37] Fletcher, L. (1899), On a mass of meteoric iron from the neighbourhood of Caperr, Rio Senguerr, Patagonia | On the cliftonite and taenite of the meteoric iron found in 1884 in the sub-district of Youndegin, Western Australia, Mineralogical Magazine, 12, no. 56, pp. 167-174. Signed by the author

[38] Foster, G. E. (1957), The Barringer (Arizona) Meteorite Crater, 30 pp. Signed by the author.

[39] Franco, F. and M. Franco (2001), Chercheurs de m?t?orites, Le cherche midi ed., Paris, 236 pp.

[40] Gallien, A. (2001), Les m?t?orites, ces pierres tomb?es du ciel..., Guide du Prospecteur. Signed by the author, no. 967 /1000.

[41] Gheesling, D. B. (2009), Preliminary Note on the Shower of Meteoritic Stones found by Jack Schrader, near Whetstone Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona. Self-published. Signed by Jack Schrader, no. 53/97.

[42] Gheesling, D. B. (2011), Conception Junction Pallasite, MO.. On the New Missouri Meteorite Confirmed by Karl Aston, Aug. 2011. Self-published, pp. 124-139. Signed by the author.

[43] Gomes, C. B. and K. Keil (1980), Brazilian Stone Meteorites, Univ. of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque

[44] Grimsby Lincoln News (2009), Grimsby meteorite finds are 'worldwide' news, October 21, 2009. Signed by Mike Bandli and Rob Wesel

[45] Haag, R. (2003), The Robert Haag Collection of Meteorites, Private Collection Edition, Tucson, AZ, 126 pp.

[46] Hartley, W. N. and H. Ramage (1898), A spectrographic analysis of iron meteorites, siderolites, and meteoric stones, Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, vol. 8, pp. 703-710. Signed by the author.

[47] Heineman, R. E. S. and L. F. Brady (1929), The Winona Meteorite, Am. J. Sci., vol. 18, pp. 477-486. Signed by the author.

[48] Henderson, E. P. (1965), Hexaedrites, Smithsonian Misc. Coll., 148, no. 5, 41 pp.

[49] Hidden, W. E. (1887), On the Mazapil Meteoric-iron, which fell November 27th, 1885, Am. J. Sci., vol. 33, pp. 221-226. Signed by the author.

[50] Hochleitner, R. and D. Heinlein (2003), Neuschwanstein, der Meteorit aus den bayerischen Alpen, KulturStiftung der L?nder, Patrimonia 267, Staatliche Naturwissenschaftliche Sammlung Bayerns, M?nchen, 32 pp.

[51] Hodge-Smith, T. (1939), Australian Meteorites, Memoirs Austr. Mus. 7, Sidney, 84 pp.

[52] Hutton, C. O. (1936), The Morven meteorite, an aerolite from South Canterbury, New Zealand. Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 24, pp. 265-275. Signed by the author.

[53] Jaros, Z. D. and V. Rosicky (1937), Meteorit Ze Sazovic u Zlina. Separatum | Der Meteorit von Sazovice bei Zlin - Acta musei moraviensis Brunae, Tom. XXX, 18 pp., 2 pl.

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[55] Judin, I. A. (1965), Mineragraphy study of the black chondrite Kainsaz (Russian text). Inscribed by the author to B. Mason.

[56] Judin, I. A., S. I. Smyshlyaev and B. A. Junikov (1966), Chemical-mineragraphy and X-ray study of Daubr?elite (Russian text). Inscribed by I. A. Judin to B. Mason.

[57] Kashkai M. A. and V. I. Aliev (1961), Structure and composition of iron meteorite shower Yardymli (Russian text). Inscribed by M. A. Kashkai to Smithsonian Institution, department of Mineral Sciences.

[58] Kichinka, K. (2005), The Art of Collecting Meteorites, Privately printed by the author, New Baskerville, 219 pp. Signed by the author, no. 442.

[59] King , E. A. (1981), Tierra Blanca: An unusual non-chondrite from West Texas, draft version, 12 pp.

[60] King, E. A. Jr. (1989), Moon Trip. A Personal Account of the Apollo Program and its Science, Houston, Texas, 149 pp.

[61] King , E. A. (c. 1990s), Teaching material on impact processes. Folder with annotated block-note and photocopies of articles. The Tricottet Collection Manuscript & Correspondence Archive.

[62] Kirkwood, D. (2009), Meteoritic Astronomy: A Treatise On Shooting-Stars, Fireballs And Aerolites (1867), Kessinger Publishing, 129 pp.

[63] Knight, D. C. (1972), Meteors and Meteorites, An introduction to Meteoritics (ex-library)

[64] Kolomensky, V. D. and I. A. Judin (1958), Mineral composition of the fusion crust of Sikhote-Alin meteorite and meteorite and meteor dust (Russian text). Inscribed by V. D. Kolomensky to B. Mason.

[65] Kolomensky, V. D. (1960), The results of the X-ray study of stony meteorite Nikolskoya (Russian text). Inscribed by the author to B. Mason.

[66] Kolomensky, V. D. and I. V. Miheeva (1963), Hypersthene and olivine from meteorite Yurtuk (Russian text). Inscribed by V. D. Kolomensky to B. Mason.

[67] Krinov, E. L. (1962), A short catalogue of meteorites in USSR as of January 1962 (in Russian). Meteoritica, 22, pp. 114-126.

[68] Kunz, G. F. (1885), On three masses of meteoric iron from Glorieta Mountain, near Canoncito, Santa Fe County, New Mexico. Am. J. Sci., 30, 4 pp., 4 pls.

[69] Kvasha, L. G. (1958), About thermal metamorphism of some of stone meteorites (Russian text). Inscribed by the author to B. Mason.

[70] Kvasha, L. G. (1959), Achondrites: vector diagram of the chemical compositions (Russian text). Inscribed by the author to B. Mason.

[71] Kvasha, L. G. (1961), Some new data on the structure of chondrites (Russian text). Inscribed by the author to B. Mason.

[72] Kvasha, L. G., V. D. Kolomensky and I. A. Budko (1969), Structure of nickel-iron and sulfides in meteorite Santa Catharina (Russian text). Inscribed by V. Kolomensky to B. Mason.

[73] LaPaz, L. (1953), Meteorite Sectioning Equipement at the Institute of Meteoritics, Meteoritics, vol. 1, no. 1

[74] LaPaz, L. (1956), A Preliminary Report on the Dumas, Moore County, Texas, Aerolite | A Recent Macro-spicular Recovery From the Glorieta, New Mexico, Fall, Meteoritics, vol. 1, no. 4

[75] LaPaz, L. (1973), The present location of the Bacubirito, Mexico, meteorite, from: J. Brit. Astr. Ass., vol. 83, no. 5

[76] LeMaire, T. R. (1980), Stones from the Stars, The Unsolved Mysteries of Meteorites, Prentice-Hall, 185 pp.

[77] Leonard, F. C. (1946), A Catalog of Provisional Coordinate Numbers for the Meteoritic Falls of the World. Univ. of New Mexico Publ. in Meteoritics, no. 1, Univ. New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 54 pp.

[78] Life Magazine (1937), Chasing meteorites is a career, September 6, 1936, pp. 46-50

[79] Magasin Pittoresque (1871), Les A?rolithes ou Pierres tomb?es du Ciel, pp. 67-71

[80] Mason, B. and H. B. Wiik (1960), The Tomhannock Creek, New York, chondrite, Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 32, no. 250, 528-534

[81] Mason, B. (1974), Notes on Australian Meteorites, Records of the Australian Museum, vol. 29, no. 5

[82] Marvin, U. B. and B. Mason (1980), Catalog of Antarctic Meteorites, 1977-1978, Smithsonian Contrib. to the Earth Sciences, no. 23

[83] Marvin, U. B. and B. Mason (1982), Catalog of Meteorites from Victoria Land Antarctica 1978-1980, Smithsonian Contrib. to the Earth Sciences, no. 24

[84] Marvin, U. B. and B. Mason (1984), Field and Laboratory Investigations of Meteorites from Victoria Land, Antarctica, Smithsomian Contrib. to the Earth Sciences, no. 26

[85] Marvin, U. B. and G. J. MacPherson (1989), Field and Laboratory Investigations of Meteorites from Victoria Land and the Thiel Mountains Region, Antarctica, 1982-1983 and 1983-1984, Smithsonian Contrib. to the Earth Sciences, no. 28

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[87] Mason, B. (1962), The Classification of Chondritic Meteorites. American Museum Novitates, no. 2085, 20 pp. Inscribed by the author.

[88] McCartney, T. (2008), The Santa Lucia, Argentina, Meteorite Fall, Jaunayr 24, 2006. Signed by the author.

[89] McCrosky, R. E., A. Posen, G. Schwartz and C.-Y. Shao (1971), Lost City meteorite, its recovery and a comparison with other fireballs. Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Special Report 336, 41 pp.

[90] McSween, H. Y. (1996), Meteorites and their parent planets. Cambridge University Press, 237 pp.

[91] Merrill, G. P. (1916), Notes on the Whitfield County, Georgia, Meteoritic Irons, with New Analyses. Proc. U.S. Nat. Museum, vol. 51, pp. 447-449, 1 Pl.

[92] Merrill, G. P. (1919), The composition and structure of meteorites compared with that of terrestrial rocks. Ann. Rep. Smithsonian Inst. for 1917, pp. 175-188, 9 pls., 4 figs.

[93] Meteorite! Hunting Collecting magazine. vol. 1, no. 3 (2010). Signed by G. Notkin and S. Arnold.

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[95] Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (2010), Dandelions, cow pies and meteorites, April 21, 2010

[96] Moore, C. B., ed. (1962), Researches on Meteorites, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Publishers. Signed by the editor.

[97] Mountain, E. D. (1935), The Bowden Meteoric Stone, Records of the Albany Museum, vol. 4, pp. 248-253. Signed by the author.

[98] M?hll, T. von der (1975), Der Donnerstein von Ensisheim. Birkhaeuser Verlag Basel, 42 pp., no. 209

[99] Murphy, E. C. and N. F. Forsman (1998), Meteorites in North Dakota, Educational Series no. 23, North Dakota Geol. Survey, 23 pp.

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[128] Telegraph Herald (2010), Man finds possible part of meteor, April 17, 2010.

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[131] The Dodgeville Chronicle (2010), Student meteorite hunters meet TV personalities in farm field, May 6, 2010.

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